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May 2018

Warhawk

1icri
Wed 2-May-2018 03:47
A very nice rendition!

Pushing Onwards: Return of the Chipophone

Anonymous
Wed 2-May-2018 08:12
Welcome back! Such singular instrument deserve more videos! =]

In case you get bored and looking for new songs to play, I've compiled some suggestions from my personal NES favorite music:


Battletoads: Ragnarok Canyon, Arctic Cavern, Surf City, Clue Room

Double dragon: Title theme, Mission 1

Gauntlet: Song A, Song B, Song C, Song D

Gyruss: Prologue Theme, Stage 1, Stage 2, Chance Stage, Boss Battle

Legend of kage: Stage Theme

Mega man 1: Cutman, Elecman, Gutsman,

Mega man 2: Metal Man, Heat Man, Wood Man, Air Man, Flash Man, Boss Battle, Dr. Wily's Castle II

Mega man 3: Needle Man, Magnet Man, Hard Man, Top Man, Snake Man, Spark Man, Shadow Man,Dr. Wily's Castle 1,Dr. Wily's Castle 2, Dr. Wily's Castle 3

Predator: Stage Theme 1, Stage Theme 2, Stage Theme 3, Stage Theme 4

Robocop: Stage Theme, Boss Battle


Keep up the good work!
Anonymous
Sat 5-May-2018 16:54
That's surprising that you are using a Raspberry pi.Good work!

Warhawk

Anonymous
Tue 15-May-2018 20:41
very cool :-)

Autosokoban

Anonymous
Thu 17-May-2018 07:47
impooosibru xD http://www.linusakesson.net/games/autosokoban/?v=1&seed=1273031963&level=18

The TTY demystified

Anonymous
Fri 18-May-2018 07:00
Beautifully written and comprehensive enough for UNiX beginners like me. Thank you!

Pipe Logic

Anonymous
Mon 28-May-2018 19:30
Hi! By simulating your flip flop design with SPICE (and implementing it on a breadboard), I came to believe that it's not positive-edge triggered, but rather dual-edge triggered.

Regards,
Raphael
Anonymous
Mon 28-May-2018 19:30
Hi! By simulating your flip flop design with SPICE (and implementing it on a breadboard), I came to believe that it's not positive-edge triggered, but rather dual-edge triggered.

Regards,
Raphael